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[audio]Subhendu Ghosh of Red Hat on Kexec/Kdump: Managing Linux crash dumps - The New York Linux Users Group
For a long time, Linux did not have a standard mechanism for capturing crash dumps. Different distributions included different techniques. In the 2.6 kernels we finally have a common method for managing crash dumps using kexec and kdump. This talk will describe the technologies involved and how to configure and manage a production environment to capture vmcores. Kdump is a new kernel crash dumping mechanism and is very reliable because the crash dump is captured from the context of a freshly boo...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source, Kdump; Kexec; Subhendu Ghosh; Red Hat; Crash; kernel panic
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[audio]Robert Rusinko on Using Rocks to build Linux Clusters and Subhendu Ghosh on the Cobbler Provisioning System - The New York Linux Users Group
There are now many options for creating Linux clusters; clustering remains one of the hottest applications for Linux today. Along with an overview of the popular clustering software, we will focus on the Rocks package sponsored by the National Science Foundation, from basic installation to running jobs. Robert Rusinko will be show us the ins and outs of setting up clusters using Rocks, and give us a peek at the Rocks 5.0 (Beta) using Xen...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Robert Rusinko; Subhendu Ghosh; Rocks; Cobbler; clusters; Xen; provisioning; cluster computing; kickstart; koan; Beowulf
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[movies]Subhendu Ghosh of Red Hat on Kexec/Kdump: Managing Linux crash dumps - The New York Linux Users Group
For a long time, Linux did not have a standard mechanism for capturing crash dumps. Different distributions included different techniques. In the 2.6 kernels we finally have a common method for managing crash dumps using kexec and kdump. This talk will describe the technologies involved and how to configure and manage a production environment to capture vmcores. Kdump is a new kernel crash dumping mechanism and is very reliable because the crash dump is captured from the context of a freshly boo...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source, Kdump; Kexec; Subhendu Ghosh; Red Hat; Crash; kernel panic
Downloads: 148
[movies]Robert Rusinko on Using Rocks to build Linux Clusters and Subhendu Ghosh on the Cobbler Provisioning System - The New York Linux Users Group
There are now many options for creating Linux clusters; clustering remains one of the hottest applications for Linux today. Along with an overview of the popular clustering software, we will focus on the Rocks package sponsored by the National Science Foundation, from basic installation to running jobs. Robert Rusinko will be show us the ins and outs of setting up clusters using Rocks, and give us a peek at the Rocks 5.0 (Beta) using Xen...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Robert Rusinko; Subhendu Ghosh; Rocks; Cobbler; clusters; Xen; provisioning; cluster computing; kickstart; koan; Beowulf
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